VW offers new Audi to threatened Brussels workers


GROOT BIJGAARDEN, Belgium, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen offered workers threatened with redundancy at its Brussels plant the possibility on Tuesday of building 100,000 units of a small Audi car per year from 2009. Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt and Audi head Martin Winterkorn will discuss the project on Friday, union officials said after a works council meeting near Brussels. Europe's biggest carmaker said last week it planned to stop making its best-selling Golf in ...

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